As you may know, I moved from North Carolina to Philadelphia about a year ago (you can read about everything I learned about living in Philadelphia so far here). While it has been an adjustment living in a new state, one thing I absolutely love about living in Pennsylvania is autumn. The area in N.C. where I lived mostly had pine trees and there weren’t many pretty autumn leaves, so fall in Philadelphia has been magical for me! I absolutely love watching the sunrise through the red colored leaves and all the purple flowers and bright mums that are in bloom now. As you may have read in my October post, I’m so obsessed with autumn that I got Matt up before sunrise on a weekend so I could get photos of the sunrise by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Boathouse Row! (It was totally worth it).
Since I’m so obsessed with autumn colors, you know I took a TON of photos. I featured some of them on last week’s post on Boathouse Row (which may be my favorite photography post so far), and I have the rest of the photos of fall in Philadelphia on this post! These are mostly from along the Schuylkill River Trail near the Philadelphia Museum of Art and from FDR Park in South Philly (which I will have a post on in the future), and I would love to hear any recommendations on where else I should photograph!
Can anything beat a beautiful sunrise?
I love the way morning dew glistens during the sunrise
FDR Park has a lot of water for some nice reflection pictures!
I love the pops of purple flowers around Philly
You might recognize this gazebo from my Vikings in America post!
What does autumn look like in the area where you live? Comment below! 🙂